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Type 1 Diabetes

Please note: This page is merely to guide to offer help to students with Type 1 diabetes that want to study abroad in Scandinavia – it does in no way constitute medical advice. DIS is not…

Taking Medication to Sweden

Bringing Medication Through Swedish Customs The Swedish Health Authority limits the amount and type of medication that can be carried into the country. Generally, any type of medication that contains amphetamine, benzodiazepine, methylphenidate, and other euphoriants…

Sexual Violence

While studying with DIS, if you experience any type of sexual violence, including relationship violence, please know that you have options, and support is available to you as you begin the healing process.

Health Services in Denmark

Denmark’s Medical Advice Line If you don’t feel well and it is not an emergency, call Denmark’s emergency medical advice line, 1813. The line is open 24/7 and monitored by trained nurses. Calling 1813 serves two…

In An Emergency

Current students should save the phone numbers on this page for quick reference if needed.

Power of Women in the Viking Age

In this course, we focus on the representations of women in the Viking world. The idea of strong Viking women is explored in numerous ways including the question of gender and the sphere in between male…

Mix and Match Sessions

2 cities. 5 sessions. 80+ courses. 50+ Study Tours in Europe. How will you create a unique summer in Stockholm and Copenhagen?

IT Services and Resources

The DIS IT Services staff can provide technical assistance to you during your time studying with us, and offer a wide variety of services to improve your experience with technology. IT Services at DIS Copenhagen and…